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Re: Emacs undo behavior frustrating for new users.

From: Nathan Moreau
Subject: Re: Emacs undo behavior frustrating for new users.
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 16:05:01 +0200

I mean C-?, which in qwerty is control-shift-/.

On Wed, 17 Oct 2018, 14:00 Garreau, Alexandre, <address@hidden> wrote:
On 2018-10-17 at 12:09, Nathan Moreau wrote:
> From my experience with undo-tree, C-S-/ is a good binding.
> It is easy to reach right after hitting undo (C-/). Direct access is a
> little bit hard but you don't tend to press it directly that often.

Are you really meaning shift when saying S- (or maybe super? which is
usually not accessible to emacs unless you use it as a window manager
through exwm)? Then what is your keyboard layout?

In qwerty and dvorak: S-/ is ?, so C-S-/ is C-?, which is impossible to
type (it gives ? usually), while corresponding to DEL under a terminal.

In azerty: / is already accessed with shift.

In bépo: S-/ is 9, so C-S-/ is C-9 and is already bound to

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